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MEDIA RESOURCES

For all media queries please contact ICE South West at engineeringplymouth@ice.org.uk or on 01752 267618.

PRESS: A media pack is available to download here, containing background information, images and quotes. The press release for the launch is available here.

PARTNERS: An internal comms kit containing web/intranet and e-news articles and images is also available. If you haven’t received this, please email engineeringplymouth@ice.org.uk to request one.

Engineering Plymouth has been featured in the following outlets: Plymouth Herald, Plymouth Live, New Civil Engineer, Cornish Times and Devon Life. For full details please see our news page.

 
 

 

FILM CONTRIBUTORS

  • Alamy

  • Andrew Herrett, Castle Facts

  • Barry Lawrence Ruderman Antique Maps

  • BBC Spotlight

  • Bridgeman Images

  • British Film Institute

  • British Land

  • British Library 

  • British Pathe

  • Claude Endicott Collection

  • Stephen Johnson, Cyber Heritage

  • Devon Library Services

  • Devonport Naval Heritage Centre

  • Devonport Training Collection

  • Dr Chris Mullen

  • Evening Herald Images

  • Environment Agency

  • ICE Library Services

  • Lebrecht Music & Arts

  • Mr Godfrey Perkins Collection

  • North Wind Picture Archives

  • Plymouth Library Collection

  • Pullman Gallery

  • Saffron Walden Museum

  • Sound View Media

  • South West Film and Television Archive

  • South West Water

  • SS Great Britain Trust

  • Tamar Crossings

  • The Box

  • Western Morning News

  • Yale Center for British Art

 

 

QUOTES

A few quotes from our partners and film audience:

What a triumph the film is!
— Professor Judith Petts, CBE Vice-Chancellor & Chief Executive University of Plymouth
A fantastic video which I’d love everyone to see. It really brings a sense of pride in what makes Plymouth great
— Scott Grenney, One Plymouth – Celebrating the #BestOfPlymouth
It is a fascinating film and will hopefully not only be seen and appreciated by all in Plymouth, informing all of our local heritage, but will also be used to promote the city outside the area too. I just wish the film could’ve been longer!
— Stephen Jensen
The film blew us away - it was fantastic to see the wider context of the film, and to see the story told with such powerful imagery.

It certainly made us proud to live and work in Plymouth.
— Nick Howe
I really enjoyed the film. It brings the story of engineering in Plymouth alive, is meaningful and it is also accessible to any audience (no matter what age or background). I like the idea of artists telling the story of engineers and their engineering. It’s a great piece of work.
— Dr Martin Borthwick, Deputy Head of School, School of Engineering
I was very impressed with the film, it really showed the heart and soul of Plymouth and taught me more about the City itself.
— Audience member
I had to write to congratulate everyone on a hugely engaging and positive piece of work.
— Gary Futcher, Consultant (Arts & Culture)
I love the film. A huge amount of work must have gone into it. Proud to be Plymothian!
— Audience member